Uncommon deep-sea shark present in Australia

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Species seemed to be Centroscymnus owstoni, also known as the rough skin dogfish.— Trapman Bermagui / Facebook
Species appeared to be Centroscymnus owstoni, also called the tough pores and skin dogfish.— Trapman Bermagui / Fb

A fisherman in Australia unintentionally found a freaky-looking creature that the netizens have known as “the stuff of nightmares”.

The shark has giant bulgy eyes and an awkwardly protruding mouth and enamel. Trapman Bermagui caught the uncommon fish from  2,133 ft underwater.

A picture of the fish was uploaded on social media and it shortly gained traction with everybody speaking about it and attempting to verify what it precisely was.

Posted on Fb on Monday, the publish has garnered over 1,000 likes.

One social media consumer mentioned: “Stuff of nightmares there.”

One other jokingly mentioned: “Appears actually pleased he is simply had his braces off so is accentuating the gums and enamel.”

A consumer mentioned that the fish was not likely a shark however a “man-made sculptor” or a DNA combine.

Bermagui mentioned nevertheless that contemplating the pores and skin of the creature, it was a shark, “also called a species of endeavour canine shark”.

He mentioned that the animal was frequent in water under 600 metres and is normally caught in winters.

Dean Grubbs, affiliate director of analysis on the Florida State College Coastal and Marine Laboratory instructed Newsweek that the species appeared to be  Centroscymnus owstoni, also called the tough pores and skin dogfish.

Grubbs mentioned that he had discovered “fairly a number of” within the  Gulf of Mexico and within the Bahamas.

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